Thomas Gray to Horace Walpole, [11 March 1757]
To The Honble Horace Walpole in Arlington Street
I call'd at your door this morning between eleven & twelve, & was told, you were gone out. as I am, while I stay in Town, in the City at a great distance from you, I shall take it as a favour, if you will inform me, what day I may find you at home, having a particular reason for desiring to see you.
P:S: Will tomorrow, or Monday-morning suit you? I am at Dr Wharton's in King's-Arms Yard, Coleman Street.
Class No. LC II, 90, College Library, Pembroke College, Cambridge , Cambridge, UK <http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/>
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